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  Quickening



Quickening

    The first fetal movements felt by a pregnant woman, usually between the 18thand 22nd weeks. They can be felt as early as the 14th week and sometimes not until the 26th.

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Fetal
Having to do with the fetus.



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QRS complex
This is the main part of the heart beat visible on the EKG, which represents the contraction of the heart's ventricles. This is the Big spike you see in the complex.

Quadriceps
The name applied collectively to a group of four thigh muscles that insert together into the tendon surrounding the kneecap.

Quarantine
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Quality of life
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Qualitative variable
One that cannot be measured numerically (race or sex for example).

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